Many Experiments Proved the Sea-horizon Is Perfectly Straight and Flat

Anyone can prove the sea-horizon perfectly straight and the entire Earth perfectly flat using nothing more than a level, tripods and a wooden plank. At any altitude above sea-level, simply fix a 6-12 foot long, smooth, leveled board edgewise upon tripods and observe the skyline from eyelevel behind it. The distant horizon will always align … Continue reading Many Experiments Proved the Sea-horizon Is Perfectly Straight and Flat

The Midnight Sun Proved The Flat Earth

        The Royal Belgian Geographical Society in their “Expedition Antarctique Belge,” recorded that during the most severe part of the Antarctic winter, from 71 degrees South latitude onwards, the sun sets on May 17th and is not seen above the horizon again until July 21st! This is completely at odds with the … Continue reading The Midnight Sun Proved The Flat Earth

Flight Path Proved The EARTH IS FLAT

  On a ball-Earth, Johannesburg, South Africa to Perth, Australia should be a straight shot over the Indian Ocean with convenient re-fueling possibilities on Mauritus or Madagascar. In actual practice, however, most Johannesburg to Perth flights curiously stop over either in Dubai, Hong Kong or Malaysia all of which make no sense on the ball, … Continue reading Flight Path Proved The EARTH IS FLAT

Cape Horn to Port Philip in Melbourne

From near Cape Horn, Chile to Port Philip in Melbourne, Australia the distance is 10,500 miles, or 143 degrees of longitude away. Factoring in the remaining degrees to 360 makes for a total distance of 26,430 miles around this particular latitude, which is over 1500 miles wider than Earth is supposed to be at the … Continue reading Cape Horn to Port Philip in Melbourne

Ship Navigating Great Distances

Ship captains in navigating great distances at sea never need to factor the supposed curvature of the Earth into their calculations. Both Plane Sailing and Great Circle Sailing, the most popular navigation methods, use plane, not spherical trigonometry, making all mathematical calculations on the assumption that the Earth is perfectly flat. If the Earth were … Continue reading Ship Navigating Great Distances

“Zetetic Cosmogony” by Thomas Winships

Quoting “Zetetic Cosmogony” Thomas Winships states: “Let ‘imagination’ picture to the mind what force air would have which was set in motion by a spherical body of 8,000 miles in diameter, which in one hour was spinning round 1,000 mph, rushing through space at 65,000 mph and gyrating across the heavens? Then let ‘conjecture’ endeavor … Continue reading “Zetetic Cosmogony” by Thomas Winships